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Market. entucky Irish American NO. 27. guardsmen sang "Silent Night," the hymn being rendered in thirteen different languages, including EngSpanish, Russian, Greek, lish, Syrian and Japanese. MOURN HIS DEATH. By tho death of Dr. Peter S Ganz, which occurred early Satur day morning at his residence, '1442 South Sixth street, this city and tho church Buffer a distinct loss. Dr. Ganz's life was a shining ex ample to all whose honor it was to be of his wide acquaintance, and to tho bereaved family is extended tho sympathy of tho- entire com ; EI Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVIL LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916. ' PRICE FIVE CENTS. ".- .rule will mean very little to land now. Ireland ought to Ire- VERY WISE Archbishops In America Given Greater Power by Holy "'.' ' "J'" - : ; - F ML w J'Br Wxk ? &" mentioned at tho peace conference and her Independence guaranteed when the fate of other small nations is being discussed. This was my husband's great desire. It may bo that It was for that ho had to give his life." INTO ETERNAL REST. be FORWARD Is Appropiatc Title For Proposed Democratic Party Dictators. Bryan Meets With Cool Reception From Former Ardent Supporters. Father. Itcccnt Decree Allowing: Further Autonomy in Selecting: Subordinates. I r. i- - Born at Mount Carmel, 111., fifty-fiv- e years ago, ho came to Louisville with his parents when Charley Cronan Deserves Well Another Proof of His Belief in only four years old. Ho was eduBalanced Ticket In Ills Race1 cated in the parochial school of St. of the the Power Marjs parish, and also attended For Mayor. Press. Ho began life a private school. as a clerk In a drug store, studying pharmacy in tho meantime at the College of Pharmacy. Louisville CANDIDATES FOR MAGISTRATE ATTACHED Reaching this stage of medical sciARE CONDITIONS ence, ho aspired to tho fullness of tho profession, and twenty-thre- e years ago was graduated from the With his new hobby of prohibiof Ecclesiastical circles in Rome at- University Doctor Loutsvlllo Medical Later tion old William Jennings Bryan tach great importance to the decreo School, a called of Medicine.materia to ho was was hero Thursday evening and issued recently by the Congregation medica and held otherteach chairs In tho of the Consistory of the Holy See lectured on the evils of liquor, but school also. Dr. Ganz enjoyed a .regarding the designation of candidid not vTcGulre, Mrs. T. B. Leahy, Mrs. hl3 coming or, presenco p. dates to sees in the United States. wldo reputation as a family physiMcCarthy, to surgery. In Daniel Miss Marcella awaken the old enthusiasm we used By the decree American Archbish- cian, little aspiring to acqount for this difficult matter O'Connor, all of Louisville, and to see when tho d orops gain a far greater extent of spito of a largo and lucratlvo pracsplendid growth, for tho samo VfllHam G. O'Connor, of Now Or- ator came through hero with his autonomy than they havo hitherto tice he found time to give his serv causes and principles, of increase leans. Following tho requiem mass slxteen-to-on- e enjoyed tind Benedict XV. has ices without question to tho sick have been at work almost throughand obsequies Saturday and funeral clearly cxpresed his wish that only and suffering poor all ovor the out the whole history bf the church Then he was met by morning the remains were taken to speeches. city, and never drew tho line of ' those American Bishops should bo In America. Nazareth for burial in the Sisters' throng after throng at tho depot appointed who aro known by race, color or creed. His charity In 1884 there werepln this counwork had made him ono of Louis- Shows Wonderful Growth of the try 2,532 Catholic schools, in which Of Murdered Irish Editor Tells cemetery, from where she will rise and hotel, who hung on his every American Archbishops to be entirely 1m glory on tho .resurrection day. word and cheered him madly. It sultablo for their exalted positions. ville's best beloved physicians. Dr. wore taught 481,834 children. ToIs again tho samo old story. of Present Cruelties in As Church in the United The long distance that separates Ganz found time, too, for a deep day there aro 6,397 parochial Lincoln said: "You can fool all tho AND IRELAND. sonorica from Rome, the entirely and leading interest in Catholic care of tho eleschools taking Ireland. States. people somo of tho time, some of mentary education 6f 1,456,206 different conditions of the Catholics social and charitable enterprises. The report that secret negotia- the people all of the time, but you In America from those in many He was particularly devoted to the Thirty years' ago there children. of Catholic tions looking to a settlement of the can't fool all of the people all of the were 708 seminaries, colleges and ohor lands, show this step to bo work of tho "Federation eight years case in a For the past a. vory wise one and one which will Societies. academies for tho education of England Planning to Crush the Irish question arc being carried on time." This Is Bryan's great many nutshell. Ho by Catholics he had been a Vico President of Only Six Living' of Those Who tho youth of both sexes. Tho milltoo gladly welcomed does not promise much for Ireland. of the people fooled a for awhile, and tho Irish People With ConSat in Third Plenary the American Federation of Caththroughout tho United States. ion and a half pupils under CathThere is no doubt that tho Irish class that ho fooled tho most and On nnd after Lent In 1917, at olic Societies and for tho past fouv olic care and training do not'include situation is tho sorest spot in Great probably for tho longest tlrao are scription. Council. intervals of two years, tho American years President of tho Jefferson those who aro engaged In the study Britain's politics at present. Her now his bitterest critics. Talk to Archbishops will Indicate to their County Federation. For six conof all sympa- any of tho Democrats who ruthless treatment of tho higher branches. Thero are Metropolitan tho priests whom they secutive years ho had represented over 1,500 other educational instithizers with tho Dublin uprising, ing Bryan nowadays and Inare roastnineteen think suitable candidates for vacant tho local societies at tho national Father Wynne, S.J., Estimates tutions consisting of- seminaries, Food and Supplies of Ireland Are tho execution of Casement and the cases out of twenty the majority Bishoprics, even should these not gatherings of the Federation. On colleges, academies, universities and leaders in that revolt and the eight will tell you that they wero sucker Being: Shipped Over to )& belong to their dioceses. Tho two account of its work for the poor Catholic Population at months' enforcement of martial law enough to follow tho Boy Orator technical schools. In pur academies essentials aro entire suitability of Dr. Ganz was greatly devoted to have driven the and colleges there are .over" 120,000 England. 10,000,000. ' throughoutinto a countryof sullen de- years ago and even vote for him the candidates and deep secrecy as tho St. Vincent do Paul Society, mood students; In tho professional and Irishmen Presidency. Bryan Is smart reports on tholr suitability. but tho charitable enterprise most to tho bo ex- for tho to see university schools about 9(000; in No support can fiance. enough Before they are proposed to tho dear to him was tho St. Lawrence pected from Ireland unless some- the Democratic that hisIsstanding in Catholic orphanages about 30,000; party just what .Metropolitan the higher prelates in Home for "Working Boys, of which thing is done to atone for the in seminaries 6,200; f in all other FREEDOM WANTED blundering severity with, which Eng- Roosevelt's Is In the Republican each diocese will, under a vow of ho was a Director. He also was a NUMBER OF CHURCHES DOUBLED schools about 27,000; giving a IRELAND'S ho on prohibisecrecy, be convened by their Bishop member of the Knights of Columgrand total of 1,648,400 young peolish officialdom met the uprising of party,as and new has hit attract" foN a tion tack to to consider tho most suitable priests bus, tho Catholic Knights and ple In Catholic educational InstituEaster week. lowers, and with a national followi for candidates to vacant sees. Ladles qf America, tho Knights and The new Premier, tions In the United States. Father Ing ho can command big lecture Bishops aro asked not to think Ladies of Honor and tho MaccaThlrty-tW- o years have elapsed Wynne, S. J., who Isjauthorlly for .Mrs. Francis Sfteehy Skeffington, has long been known as an ardent prices and Incidentally run for themselves bound to support any one bees. He was on tho staff of Sts. since the third Plenary Council of these figures, estimates the physical widow of tho Irish editor, who was friend of homo rule. Asqulth never President on tho Prohibition ticket candidate merely because he has Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. Dr. Baltimore. The Archbishops and valuo of those Institutions at murdered in cold blood by English Intonded to fulfill his promises to In 1920. '' been proposed, but to act entirely Ganz is survived by his widow, the Bishops of tho country, then ?100,000,000. way army offlcors during the recent Irish Redmond if ho could find some Bryan lectured here under the upon tho dictates of their own who was Miss Mary Wllhelmlna assembled in joint pastoral, comrebellion, Is how In this country, to escape. Ho needed tho support auspices of tho Democratic Forward consciences. TRINITY INSTALLATION. Schmidt before her marriage to him mented on tho remarkable growth havincr. c'nniA iinrlAt nn naaumni of the Irish Nationalists In Parlia League, a Kentucky organization, Tho Archbishops must make out twenty years ago, and tho follow- - of tho church during the eltrhteen as they j n&mft? 'otm nn ment, but only Insofar .Fni Tiinnr.lia seems to be fostered by tho proposed by tho injr children: lists of candidates did ho eyer which Gilbert,,, RavjncjjjUejuaj cHquerthe- speakers filshops-nn- d thorough, though' Eugeno and 'Miss Mary Wllhelmlna uouncu. Tiioy dwelt with special stall Its newly elected'' off leers next make carry out ins pledges to tnem and others being Identified with Dy detectives. When the real test camo he shamedooply secret, Inquiries about thoso Ganz; one sister, Miss Mary Rosa emphasis on the growth of religion Tuesday evening, tho regular meet- - Her house was unusn watched. Tho houses this element In Kentucky politics. priests on the lists submitted. After Ganz, and ono brother, Joseph Ganz. and civilization in the Western of her brothers and sister, tho lessly betrayed them. Now Asqulth Beckham being United States SenEaster the American Archbishops Tho funeral was held Tuesday morn- States. In relating tho full story himself has been sacrificed by tho ator in name only at Washington, houses of her friends were watched will convene their Bishops, secretly ing with requiem high mass at St. of tho church during tho oast ho broke his plans to get In on the by the secret police day and night. friends for whom ground e attd without ostentation, and wlth-oi- it Mary's church, which was thronged thirty-tw- o years many books might She never got a letter, sho never promises to Ireland. that Bryan semaking any statements to support of tho Na- door In the event tho leading citizens of Louisville. be written, for each diocese and wrote a letter, that was not opened also needs tho cures control of men either before, during or with At present they stand party with prohibition. Democratic almost every parish has a story to nnd read by the English Govern- tionalists. As ho and .after the meetings as to results of tell or sacrifice and struggle. ment. And when the Government In opposition to the Cabinet. To Haly realize that at present they POPE MAKES PLEA. tho secret conference. At .this congot wind or her coming' to this win their support Is the purposo of are with no power In either State The roll of honor of tho Third vention all present must take the country, it asked the Amorican Im- tho secret negotiations. Wo havo or national politics, they have Pope Plenary contained the oath of secrecy. A secretary will pe'aco In Benedict mado a plea for names of Council Archbishops and migration officials at Ellis Island little faith, in the result of such nothing to lose in taking that his address at the Christtwelvo among tho Bishops be elected from negotiations. While we believe chance. Thoso comprising the Forto Keep her from landing. Bishops present, either will be mas reception to the Sacred Col- seventy-on- e piesent and tho candidates is more deShe tells how Asqulth tried to that lege. Referring to tho messago of personally or by proxy. Only flvo League aro practically untully discussed. pendable than Asqulth, ho Is sur- ward In the Democratic party, and make her take Bethlehem tho Pope said that good of those names are on the roll to"comknown The Pope makes tho condition will among men was tho essential day: Cardinal Gibbons, who prerounded by men who are tho bit- the few who are known have only pensation money" ho called it. And that these candidates bo of a ripe condition toward obtaining "that sided as Apostolic Delegate; Archhow she, was offered a passport to terest enemies of home rule. He been shoved forward at some tlmo strictly age, good administrators, this country ir she would promise would probably grant all that Irish- or another by Haly as figureheads In Just and durable peaco which must bishops Ireland and Keane, Bishops orthodox, well educated, pious, put not to talk about tho war. She men ask if his hands wero free. a campaign. The Democrats "who an end to tho horrors of the Chatard and Gallagher, Bishop zealous, honest and very devoted to tells her husband was arrested and Ho realizes the injustice that has havo been bearing the brunt of tho Rlchter, dying only the Holy See. Tho convention will present war." toTho Pope urged these may bo added this week. To shot without pretense of any charge been done Ireland nnd he would battle for years think the name of hear tho voice of tho Abbots of close by a secret ballot and tho those in power against him. Speaking of some of undo It if ho wero able. But he "Forward" very appropriate for names of tho candidates who havo the Sacred College appealing to Conception nnd St. Benedict. Seventy-setho men and women In English pris- alone can do little." Tho compro- theso Archbishops and Bishops destruction of ven that Is if you obtained tho greatest number of them to arrest tho open mise measure that will come forth construo the word "forward" ons Mrs. Skeffington said: to their ears and four Abbots then present have votes will bo reballoted till ono tho peoples, and to will mean negotiations these "Tho Countess Marklewlcz Is from tho same as you would apply winning candidato 1s obtained. His to the admonition of tho Father of slnco been called to their reward. probably be no moro satisfactory to a fresh youngster for Instance working in tho kitchen of tho .name will be forwarded to the Pope, tho Christian family seeking to In 1884 thero were twelve Allesbury Prison, John McNeill, who than the separation bill proposed Another appropriate term for these sees, to which havo since who reserves to himself the right of pavo tho way to justice and peace." by Asqulth. was the head of the Irish Volun- and then withdrawn custodians or tho meetThe Pope, according to report, in been added those of St. Paul and rejection. The minutes of the Episcopal sees, together PRESIDENT HARRY HENNESSY. teers, and who actually told all his Ireland's causo still waits. Democratic party's future would be to Apostolic speaking Cardinal Gasparrl, Dubuque. ing will bo sent to tho men to stay quiet, not even to the "Nervy Nats" or "It pays to adDelegate at Washington, who will Papal Secretary of State, regarding withe Vicariates Apostolic, e numbered In all seventy-onsees. ing being postponed ono day on ac- mobilize, is In Dartmoor Prison, vertise." Col. P. H. Callahan and Jn turn send It to the Congregation President Wilson's note to the Henry Johnson, who are tho LouisThe belligerents, said: "It 1b a docu- At that time America was repre- count of New Year's. The following making sacks. And the two Plunk-ett- s of the Consistory at Rome. are making mall bagB. Engville representatives In tho fight for .minutes, which remain with the ment showing the honesty, justice sented in tho College of Cardinals will be Installed: land Is treating her political prisprohibition, were supporters of the of the Ameri by ono momber, Cardinal McClos-kePresident Harry J. Hennessy. American Archbishop, shall be kept and Today the American church Progressive ticked headed by Wood First Vico President .Henry Sch- - oners as though they were cona secret archive and destroyed can President." in victed felons, ordinary Axton Just three years ago. has three Cardinals; 111 dioceses, lachter. criminals. after a year, or during that year or which fourteen aro archdioceses; Former Tax Receiver Charley C. She has broken all her own laws, President E Second Vice even, If there bo any danger of Inana international law. Today In 120 Archbishops and Bishops and Schrader. Mllllkcn is the latest to be menIn addition, the Pope discretion. two Bishops of the Ruthenian-Gree- k tioned as a probable candidate for Recording Secretary John L. Ireland thero is greater bitterness exhorts each American Bishop to of feeling than at tho time my husCounty Clerk, and as he has a big rite. Tho Apostolic delegation Sullivan. make his own propositions to the following In both city and county was established In 1893 with CarCorresponding Secretary I'. E. band was murdered. We are nil ex an American Holy Father, when pecting that there will be conscrip will be a hard man to beat. Mr. dinal Satolll as first Apostolic Dele- Bowling. diocese becomes vacant. gate. Four years later, in 1897, himself n sure Mllllken showed another John L. tion. The Irish party In ParliaFinancial Secretary The Rope has given ment may accept it peaceably, to enough campaigner In 1915, when he was succeeded by the present Tlmmol. proof of his belief in the power of save Us face. Redmond will give d ho canvassed the Cardinal Martinelli, who on being Treasurer C. E. Mueller. the press. The Vatican, thanks to SI sasaS' VLaasHL 9 his own reasons for accepting conState for the Democratic nomination raised to the Cardinalate was sucPeter Tlvnan. .Marshal his initiative, has bought over the scription. But tho English must ceeded by Archbishop Falconto in for Secrotary of State and was only Inside Sentinel Roger Glenn. old Catholic Press Company, known 1902. The present Delegate, Archbeaten a. little ovor 1,000 votes by Outsido Sentinel Herbert Blslg. know that they will have to have a t 'BBssssssssssW: as the Societa Editrlce Romana, large force of men In Ireland to bishop Bonzano, the fourth In offlco, Barksdale Hamlett, who in turn many metropolitan and proand the was defeated by the Republican. A THIRTY-ONwas appointed in 1912. CITIES. make conscription possible that It SELECT vincial papers formerly owned by little more support or Mllllken then In 1884 there wore 7,763 The Knights or Columbus will will, not be1 a success. them will now bo under direct Vati"And yet they will do it." would have given us, the office now churches In the United , States. The have patriotic celebrations of Washcan management. They include tho "Why?" Catholic Directory for this year ington's held by a Republican. Sheriff In thlrly-on- o birthday Corriero d'ltalla of Rome, the gives the number of churches at cities, Louisville being one of tho Charley Cronan still continues to "Because It will give them the Italia of Milan, tho Avvenlre of be the only Democratic candidate the beginning of 191C as 14,961. number. Speakers of national chance, under 'the cloak of military Florence and many others. Hitherto for the Mayoralty nomination, and It may be safely said that at the prominence have been chosen, all necessity, for a general massacre. the only Roman paper which was present day the number of churches of whom are mombers of the order. They want to wipe out the Irish tho only element that would Jeopof Vatican Interpretation an to Mayor years The cities selected are Atlanta, people. This is ono way to do It. Is double that of thirty-tw- o ardize his succession thought has been tho Osservatore ago. But tho growth in the num- Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Another way is by famine. Buschemeyer would be the selecyears And Romano, founded fifty-si- x tion or a ticket not favorably suited ber of the clergy Is even more re- Cincinnati, Cleveland, Davenport, we are face to faco this winter with .ago, me i'opo nas csuujuuwu to. every element in the Democratic markable. Balancing the losses Denver, Detroit, Houston, Indian- the possibility of a famine Hke that large sum of money to the enterparty. Mr. Cronan to head the ticket through death in the ranks of the apolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, or 1847 a ramine In the midst of prise and henceforth the trust will clergy with the ordinations during Louisville. Los Angeles, Milwaukee, plenty. The potato crop was has already met with tho approbafoe known as the Italian Editorial LIEUT. WILLIAM THAW. tion of all classes, but he should the current year, the total number Minneapolis, New Haven, New Or- smaller than niBual. The English The watchword Is to bo Union. Now in the United Stales on not bo compelled to carry a lot of today is .well over 19,000,, secular leans, New York, Oakland, Philadel- buyers have come over and Inflated "Patriotism and Catholicism." They Twice decorated by the unknowns or nominees gathered and. regular. In 1884 the iotal phia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Port- tho prices, and taken every potato .say that His Holiness has great from ono section or, tho party. number of both was 6,835. land. Ore.. Rlohmond. Springfield, they can get. And I myself have French army. hopes in his newest venture, Hugo Schultz has shied his castor Bishop McQuaid, in a eermon at Mass., St. Louis, Salt Lake City seen shipload after shipload of BRITISH CONTEJIPT. Democratic In the ring Tor the the Third Plenary Council of Balti- and. Washington, D. C. Hon. Ed- cattle the wealth of Ireland, and 'CHANTED HYMN OVER- - BORDER. more, estimated the Catholic popu- ward J. McDermott and Col. P. H. Its food being taken out of tho nomination ror Magistrate of the MISS ANNE MORGAN. coal trim- First Magisterial An and ho Callahan, of sane vt!mUnited to the Unitedto States Daughter of late J. Plerrepont lation of the United States at the speakers Louisville,0 are among country to England. unite Ireland. mer byattempt to get awrit from a already recolved district promises has many habeas corpus ."Conscription will of 6,500,000. Mex The Catholic Directory invited. States' Ming ,nd the an Allies for this year gives Morgan, followers aro British steamship last Saturday in Influential support. Squlro Ben For even Carson's the Catholic unusual ennstmas cele- charities. deeply interested la ico In New; York port was evaded by the Schulman and Squire John O'Brien against it. It will bring the. crisis. population as 16,564,409, which acHURT BY FALL. bration at Eagle Pass on Christnms is in that ship Captain, who swore there was will be unopposed for Now that cording to many well versed In .eve night, when a member of the ACCEPTED BY CARDINAL. catholic affaire Is much too low, When on her way to mass at St. crisis is near. Perhaps it will no one of tho name on board. At while Councilman Tom Dolan will Pledras Negra Cath.choir of the torney Harry weisennerger appiiea try to capture tho nomination in for the Catholic population ap- Charles church Sunday morning come In with the New Year. olic church, standing on the Mexto be' for the writ in the United States the Eighth Magisterial district, this Cardinal Gibbons has accepted proaches very nearly twenty million Mrs. Sid M. Raffo fell on the slip is now recognized ican side of the Rio Grande, Bang held by Chestnut street, souls. the first stanza of the "Adeste fthe honorary Chairmanship of the strength Either estimate place h our pery sidewalk onsprained back and much the same issort of man as As- District Court, it being asaid that office now being Attorneys Samuels, German a Progressive. Robert qulth. There indeed not much the coal trimmer was Maryland committee for the relief suffering a badly at approximately Tideles" "Come Ye Faithful" except that who escaped from the .(British He Injuries. population the stanza the second up by being immedi- of Poland's war victims. the work of the entire one extreme of too' otherfall had herKrlende who saw difference between them,and Asqulth Internment camp. The writ was Hesalon andasAlbert Nisbet are e probable candidates country. is removed to her is strong keen sympathy for If her a member of the ately picked young Squire Frank Dacher and Squire Herbert ar choir of the Eagle Paw Church of and said ha would assist In every high, the other is too rlow; so cor- home, 2714 West Chestnut street, Is weak. But they are both ad- given to and when Cohen, a Magihe was 'referred Charles Wheeler, present term to e Personal prestige and attorney, The she received .medical atten- venturers. 'Our Lady of Refuge,- on the Texas way possible. recentlyCardinal said sumlng the middlepopulation of the where ' Though the ship's had been in rect, the Catholic her injuries were ambition mean more to them than to Robert H. BdwardB, up fey Ed- strate, will probably announce for tion. of the International (boundary. & woman who hnk County Commissioner, both having Alternating in thU manner, the en- the ravaged sections of Poland told United States would be about painful they are not serious, and the welfare of the "empire. K.ad purser, was told to shut a hymn wa rendered. la toe him that virtually all children under 18,000,000, or 1ml f the entiren .the last report was; that she will neither of them. has eared what b wards, who said "I don't give its experience ia county road work and tire wjuld make admirable selections on damn for the United- States or soon have fully recovered from,' their eame of Irekuul. local CatiwHo church regular sol- seven years old had perished for Chrietten people of all denonatne-tlowrits. This is a British ship." the Democratic ticket. "The gift of eyen Colonial of the country. It ie ,not a effects. nod Maryland want of. food or shelter. diers and Tennessee munity. seven... rcr. Joseph's Infirmary, this city, where sae celebrated her golden jubilee Sister Mary Celestlno, who was widely known among physicians of tAls nnd other cities and was greatly beloved for her works of cnarlty and sunny disposition, retaining tho latter almost to tho hour of her death, was called to her heavenly reward on Friday of last week, at tho ripe ago of ty-four years. Sister Celestlno was horn at Youghal, County Cork, foland, and in tho world she was Catherlno Morrlssey. Sho had ono brother, who died on tho ovo of his ordination as a Jesuit priest, 3BfiPBjaK2gdMBjasS0HSjBa'MHBAs T7i T " ni ' and three Bisters who preceded her, 7T Mrs. William O'Connor and two CHINESE TROOPS IN BALKANS. nho lived tho religious life. Her form part of that curiously polyglot assemblage Immediate living relatives aro four These Annamlto soldiers from French Cochin-Chln- a nieces and a nephew Mrs. Charles of soldiers thai Gen. Sarrall Is reported to, have called his bobtail army. i. -- a- After a membership of flfty-tw- p years as a Sister of' Charity of Naz areth fifty spent in service at St. FIGURES WIDOW silver-tongue- m LLOYD-GEORG- E - Lloyd-Goorg- e, . -- ..JltaJtouacWYO'.w I "ittr Ualy-Be'ckha- m' - everj-wner- e Lloyd-Georg- news-Tap- er Lloyd-Geor- ge hush-mone- y new-comer- s, archle-plscop- al fifty-nin- y. . slnglo-hande- ,.,tlfc E . ''HNbbissssW fur-toug- -- h, Lloyd-Geor- ge f Lloyd-Geor- ge one-fift- ed d Lloyd-Georg- - t - I JKBBtfOPXJOBFSr IXSH AJSOOtoXHOAJS:. KOTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVBRY SATURDAY. .hvstea to tiM SeeW sad Moral AdvMceaeaMtrf o! bis AaerlCMi aad Cadtelks OfSelaUy IndoMftd by Ancient Order o HtfeesMlans, Vaue Msa's Itutitata aad Cataelfc Knights of Ataertea. NEW YEAR'S BVE. Ring out, wdld bolls, to tho wild Tho flying cloud, tho frosty light; Tho year is dying in the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let him dlo. Ring out the old, ring in the new; Ring, happy bells, across the KHNTUCKY IftlSH AMgWIOAN PRINTING COlcorpottd, Publisher snow; SINOU COPY g JlggBCRlPTlON PR1CB, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR Tho year is going, let him go; Ring out tho false, ring In tho true. Buond-ClfUtUf . t t llfT.H4 PotttWc Bntr 1 AMBBH3AH, Wt drew 81. Ring out tho grief that saps the AMrtM aU CosiiBMlsitkBi to the MNTUCKY IW6H mind, For those that here we see no moro; TAPEsffjligfl COUNCIL fr Ring out" tho feud of rich and poor; ' Ring in redress to all mankind. w !J.BAC0as We Give and Redeem 5urety Coupons. m 3W-2- i Women's General Wear. House Dresses and Negligees. 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James P. whallen remem- - themselves in useless carnage at the bered every charity Institution, re- front. Bankruptcy confronts all Ring In the common love of good. gardless of creed or color, with tho nations engaged in tho terrific Ring out old shapes of foul disa substantial donation of food, sup- struggle. And still the slaughter ease, This annual goes on. Statesmen can be brought plies and money. Ring out the narrowing lust of gold; charity giving, which is abovo all to their senses only by overwhelmRing out the thousand wars of They see tho ruin timely, Is a living monument to ing disaster. old, tho "Whallen Brothers, and Col. brought about by war, but they are Ring in tho thousand years of peace. "Jim" in continuing that noblo determined to fight on. Madness work richly deserves the praiso and precipitated tho world war; it Ring In tho valiant man and free, larger heart, the kindlier prayers of tho many who are bene- seems that only complete ruin can . Tho hand; end It. fitted. Ring out tho darkness of the deflnitely. IRELAND , SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1916. Ring out a slowly dying cause WKH t bPPMalHI' I3BH i, i Lewvrl?v'6'3M'' ', ,i, .' -- GERMAN CROWN PRINC E ON WESTERN FRONT. Photo shows tho German Crown Prince In tho center in with some of his officers on the Western front. Wool Knit Petticoats; in light and dark colors with borders; they are full-cu- t and come in good lengths; worth $1.50; specially priced at 98c Flannelette Kimonos; beautiful Persian patterns in light or dark colore; made in full or empire style; sizes 34 to 46; $1.39 a $2.00 quality, specially priced at f Sateen Petticoats; mado of good quality sateen and. feather silk-'irblack, Copenhagen, navy blue 'and' Emerald; mado many u fThei, daily press, 'contains against with deep flounce and come in all lengths; worth $1.00; tho NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS. protests indignant 79c special at treatment of Belgium by Germany, Buschemeyer To make Mayor but there is not a line or semblance tho closing year of his term as sucP. N. Corsets; mado of coutil, well boned with of a protest against the treatment cessful as the other three of his boning and trimmed with embroidery; fitted with four although splendid administration.' of Ireland and its people, Sheriff Charles Cronan To conhoso. KiiTmnrtors? models for nvenum nnd full fimirnsi? news which has leaked the llttlo tinue setting the pace for the Demo out despite the efforts of tho British 79o sizes 19 to 30; a $1.00 quality; on salo for cratic nomination for Mayor. censor show that Irishmen have the Owner Wathen To bring Brocade Corsets; made of a good quality pink brocade with 1917 baseball pennant to Louis been deported and forced to work ville. neat embroidei'y trimming and having drawstring top; in British munition works; InnoWhartmaster John J. Barry To cent men and women confined in fitted with four hose supporters and boned with ""Won't wharf a show spot for tho make tho prisons because of tho Irish reRust" boning; sizes 19 to 30; worth $1.50; on salo at. $1.25 visitors. John J. Barry, of New Haven bellion and emigration from that To come out more now that leap persecuted country forbidden. To year is over. LINCOLN'S BHITHDAY. add to this tho Irish potato crop Capt. Frank Relchert To again HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN. DAN J. HENNESSY Miss Maggie Coughlln, of St. 1847, the year is the worts since make the Twin City the best ama- LouiS) but formerly of this city, Is A special meeting of Louisville teur baseball organization in the hero on a visit to relatives. of tho great famine, and if there Assembly, Fourth Degree, K. of C, Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. country. will bo held at the Tyler Hotel at in any starving to be dono in tho We extend to every reader of the Hon. Georgo B. Barrett To exMiss Louise Welsh, of New Al- 7:30 this evening to complete arBritish isles John Bull will let the Kentucky Irish American the wish hibit his talents as a Thespian bany, has been tho guest of Miss rangements for an elaborate exemIrish starve first. may be a happy New more freely. that theirs plification of tho fourth degree, the Nell Osborn In tho West End. Dan Sexton To again show 'em patriotic ceremonial of tho Knights Year and that they may be spared how to pick the winners without CHEER HABIT. Col. Matt Winn, who was hero of Columbus, projected for Februto enjoy many more. the aid of a form sheet. to spend Christmas with his family, ary 12, which Is Lincoln's birthday. Dan Hennessy Not to carry away left Tuesday night for Juarez. The Catholic Citizen, advocating Tho Executive Gommltteo in charge the from souvenirs would havo SEEN MANY CHRISTMAS DAYS. balloon consists of Dr. J. W. Fowler, Gen- UPSTAIRS STORE. the habit of 425 W. Jefferson Street cabarets. Monohan, of the eral Chairman; George A. Burkley, Mrs. Edward .you entertain agreeable thoughts Santa Claus made his one hunSam Robertson To put all tho West End, arrived homo last week Col. P. II. Callahan, John P. and shut the door of your mind to dred and fifth visit to Mrs. Alice little Robertsons In the Bandana from an extensive Western trip. J. M. Hanann, Thomas D. disagreeable and irritating things. Bennett, of Webster avenue, Brook- Club. Charles J. O'Connor. Cllnes and lyn, N. Y., on Monday, she having McDcr-mo- tt Johnny Furey and Mike Be assured that most people wish been born in Ireland and celebrated Miss Idello McCloy, of Clifton, Arrangements are now being comTo tie one hand behind their has as her holiday guest her cousin, pleted to bring on this occasion a Reclprocato their good her one hundred and fifth birthday you well. back in passing tho collection box. Miss Paulino Burns, of Lexington. speaker of national prominence as a Mrs. Bennett is will. Take courage in doing your this past year. L. and N. R. R. To kindly alfeature of the exercises. Two years work and living your life. Get still In good health, able to walk low the business men to pay switchoccasion, Right went to Chicago Harry T. Tbt you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a about the house and perfectly able ing fees no matter on what road Wednesday, FJscher he Is temporarily go, on aJ. similar Into the sun and be of good cheer. to read or thread her needle withKeane, Archbishop of Rev. J. where SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear "Interest COMPOUNDED the goods come over. Dubuque, delivered tho oration. eslocated, after spending Christmas How many dangers you have out glasses, and on Christinas day "Billy" McDevitt To bring more holidays with his family. twice a year; There MAY COJAK a time wbes yomr "LAST DOLLAR much you really can enjoyed her turkey dinner as well caped! How circus attractions to Louisville. NOW AT DETROIT. Why hate any as her seven M must be spent for somethlig you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the bo thankful for. try and thank Loralne Mix To Mr. and Mrs. George Everbach Is over Her son Compassion, proffering asthe many man? Don't let trifles irritate eighty), and daughter (each Mother Mary of dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. as holiday visitors her six grandchildren, her sistance if Democrats for County have Josoph D. Heltger Dr. and formerly Superioressthe the Convent ho offers of and little Mrs. you. Possibly some people may seven and Judge. of the Good Shepherd, now stadaughter, of Bedford, Ind. not think well of you; but forget countless other relatives were pres(Charley ChapJohn McGrath tioned at Detroit, Mich., is well slan- ent to celebrate tho day, and Mrs. lin) Not. to labor so hard and take were It. Even tho saints Miss Susan McDermott was host pleased In her new position and has Bennet entertained them by dancing life more easy. dered. You are getting off easy. a real old Irish jig and singing "The Tuesday afternoon at a most de- sent Christmas felicitations to some McDonough whisper lightful tea In honor of Misses Nell of her many Louisville and Now To Tom Banish fear and worry, which are Wearing of the Green.'i Albany friends. Whllo here Mother name to no purpose and effect nothing. "Those early Chrlstmases in the tho Chawk of the Derbyhowinner to Fulton and Emma Hagerty. dopes It Mary essayed to build a new monas soon as country over a hundred years Dr.' Fifth and Court Place. Mental states, just like physical old C. J. Carney and wife and little astery for the Sisters now at Eighth days," Mrs. Ben- out. good old ago acts, tend to recur and become nett were tell you with an emphatic Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Pete Koch To get out a patent daughter, Miss Mary Jane, of New street, but was not successful for will habitual. Rule your mind so that shake of the lltle black lace cap on his exerciser for reducing fat Albany, are spending the holidays tho time being. It goes without saying that Mother Mary will be with relatives at LaSalle," 111. it will form the wholesome habit on her head and a snap of her eyes men. County Attorney Scott Bullitt successful In Detroit, which is a putting distressing .things aside that still hold tho Irish blue In To cut out motor boat trips. of Miss Rosle Doyle, of the West much more enterprising city than eve used to and turn to the cheerful view, as them. a Christmas home-kn-she Tho Louisville Public To End, Is entertaining as her holiday Louisville. it stocklarge red, hang SOCIETY DIRECTORY the city officials to protest guest Miss Nell 'Cramer, of Los the flower does to the sun; so that, ing of her father's on the crook AT ST. JOSEPH'S. CHAPLAIN against the Gas and Electric Com- Angeles, who arrived Sunday. instead of being habitually worri- over the hearth where tho kettle pany trucks using the streets as a Then tho whole some, you will be habitually hope- usually swung. The Very Rev. Louis G. Deppen, Miss Agnes Finnegan, a student family knelt while her father light- speedway. A. 0. H. ''??V 0 ful. Go into the way of people and ed the tall, white taper he had Deputy Sheriff Ed Huechtker To of St. Catherine's Academy, is homo editor of the Record and for the t"t CJfivFfl members for the spending tho holidays with her par- past eighteen years chaplain of St. things that will help In such mental gotten from the priest that morn- get 1,000 DIVISION 1. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Finnegan. Xavier's College, was last week Bandana Club. control. Avoid pessimists, wor- ing and placed it in tho niche made chaplain of St. Joseph's In- Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz Frank McGrath To add another Virgin. Later, the Image of the riers, socially discontented people, is home firmary by the Right Rev. Denis Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Miss Viola Heffernau the younger children had been big victory to his record as Chairdepressing after to bed, Louisville, Bishop and O'Donaghue, morbid books spendnut the rest of the family man of the local Democratic Com- from Winona, Minn., and is parents, succeeding (the late of President Mark Ryan. Father Hugh thoughts. ing the holidays with her Get Into the open air took their lanterns ana started on mittee. Vice President W. L. Cushing. Father Deppen has made The Junior Order To advocate Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heffernan, in Brady. e walk for mid and And the sanitary value of exer- the lonir Recording Secretary Daniel McSt. Joseph's his home for many peace is in Clifton. militarism now that cise. Good hard work often clears night mass at the little white chapel eight. rears and Is a faforlte priest with Carthy. hill. Just before reaching Secretary Financial Edward of the mind of disagreeable humors. on the they took off their clumsy "Edmund Chester, of Demlng, N. both the patients and Sisters there Clancy. by putting "brogans" or shoes made with MACKIN ENTERS CRACK TEAM. M., was hero on a visit during tho Charity. Expel TroaBurer Thomas Keenan. holidays with his parents, Mr. and your mind to solving some problem wooden soles and heavy Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. RUST OF POPE. event to be staged 'Mrs. John F, Chester, of South Tho three-mil- e chapel In their and entered tho in mathematics. Tim Lyons. Sentinel they spoil the New Year's day morning under tho First street. stocking feet lest A marble bust of Popo Benedict .carpet. Then came Christinas day auspices of the L. A. A. F. has the St$ DIVISION 8. Y1?T FAR OFF.. Midshipman John F. Rees Is XV., tho only ono In America, 1b of the Mackin with more cnurcn in tne morning hearty to tho . Denver First and third Friday, .Hibernian Club, whose members look home from Annapolis and Is spend- to bo presented the feast of roast Athletic The hope for an early peace In and afterward cakes and plum pud- forward to a very Interesting strug- ing the holiday vacation with his Cathedral by Verner Z. Reed, the 0 Homo, Portland. goose, potato millionaire, Europe which was aroused by Ger- ding, followed by a long evening of gle since tho coming event will bo parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. eminent President Lawrenco J. Mackey. father of two converts to Cathg Vice President John J. Riley. when young and old the full distance of three miles. In Rees, 1271 Brook street. many's offer has been all but disolicity. It is now being executed Secretary John J. sang "The Wearln' o' the Green" other words, the Florldian wonder, Financial sipated by the declaration of Aurolla, and Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. Miss Agnes Kelly, who Is attend- by the Italian sculptor jig and reel together. "Walton," will have a chance to Funeral Directors in tho British Parliament. and danced a display his true ability 'in a dis- ing School here, will return the tho time of Its arrival In this coun Recording Secretary Matthew tance run, against the Mackin mar- first of the week from Hawesvllle, try is not yet known. Mr. Reed O'Brien. In France and Russia the German AGED BISHOP DEAD. Janslng Is whero she has been spending the presented a magnificent bust of vel, Farrell Kennedy. Embalmers. proposal has met with bitter oppoTreasurer Daniel Dougherty. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. Tho Right Rev. Henry J. Rlchter, also very highly touted and should holidays with her parents, Mr. and Pius X. by the same sculptor to sition, and In Italy representatives warrant a "good account of hlm- the Cathedral in commemoration of A. Kelly. of tho Sentinel Thomas Noon. tho venerable at the Government declare that Rapids diocese, Bishop Tuesday Grand seu. ine newcomer, iuuis anuy.i t Mrs. J. tho kindness shown by the lato afterdied Talestbeoe 1612. there can bo no peace that will not noon of pneumonia in the hospital can bo relied upon as a very danjr Miss Maggie Judge entertained Pontiff In giving tho Reed children DIVISION 4. gerous competitor, as In his trybura with an enjoyable Christmas night an audience. safeguard the honor of their coun- at Grand Rapids. Bishop Richter Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, hospital early sun ho has shown determination and favor dance at the Seelbach In try. The British Premier insisted was taken to the Vita Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. placo In the money, honor of her cousin. Miss Georgia fmnrlttlnn PTAW confidence of a ,1. vtfrvlif. ntirl AVALSn TO SPEAK. President rJohn H. Hennessy. that peaco without reparation would steadily worse. Tho last rites of Manager Al C. Spayd's contingent Kean, and Misses Eliza Bennett Lynch. So peaco talk is now tho p.hnrch were administered late of runners will bo Kennedy, JanB- - Young, Laura Jean Howard bo impossible. and on wasningions Dinnaay, iuru-ar- y Vice President Thomas Financial Secretary Thomas J. 22, Hon. Frank P. Walsh will Langan. a discount night. He rallied from a Ing, Shay, Bonnell, Greenwell and Frances Howard. at Sunday t Leslie Hagan. latter and deliver a public lecture ln LouisThe formal reply of the Entente sinking spell early Monday, but Greenwell are the The known MarRecording Secretary James J. well ar- ville under the auspices of the McTigho. Among the many welcome yet to bo made. This may little hope was held out for his athons added to tljo wearers of Allies is lively baby boy at the Fourth Degree of the Knights of Henry Joseph Bishop recovery. rivals was a Treasurer Pat Connelly. NORTON BUILDING leave the way open lor, further home of Lawrenco W. and Clara Columbus. His subject will be paRlchter was born at Neuon Kirchen, tho green and white. Sentinel M. J. McDermott mes- Kleffer, who made happy tho Christ- triotic and will be an unusual but If tho comments of Germany, April 9, 1838, and came Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferst FRANKFORT. mas of many relatives. The young-Bte- r Lsage. Mr. walsn is one or me ieaa- statesmen may. be taken at their to the United States In 1854. In is a grandson of Charles N. Ing attorneys of tne west ana 1860 he went to Rome, whero for Y. ILL face value tho Allies are far from Mrs. Dan Callahan, aged seventy-tw- o Jacques, of St. Cecilia's parish two achieved national distinction five years he studied In tho AmeriToady to meet Germany's first can College. He was consecrated a years, mother of Mrs. Thomas being years ago by his searching InvestiMACKIN COUNCIL, SOS. Work easy, profits largo. White meat-e- d proposal. They look upon it as a Bishop in April, 1883, and Imme Shannon and Mrs. Michael Ryan, Miss Carrie Walston entertained gation and analysis of conditions In Evenings at Club yoursquabs always ln demand. Start up the administration both of Louisville, died at her home a merry "500" party Tuesday after- the country at largo. This was done Meets Monday bait to lead them into a diplomatic diately took foundation stock from our pens In Frankfdrt Wednesday night. Her noon House, 344 North Twenty-sixton Inhome on Sherwood of carneau or homer pigeons. Guartrap, and until definite terms are of tho Grand Rapids dloceee. Be- death was due to Infirmities incident avenue,at her 'Honor guesia Demg by tho Federal Commlslson he was President S. O. Hubbuch. anteed mated pairs and vounir birds. dustrial Relations, of which the Rapids ho fore coming to prices M. Mrs. Callahan was the Misses Mary Virginia Howard and Chairman by appointment of Presi F. Write forALBERT and Information. laid down they are not likely to was prominently Grand First Vice President with to Identified NISBET & CO., Schaad. seriously. German Catholic church affairs In Cincin aunt of Rev. James P. Cronln, V, Frances Sholtman. Following the dent Wilson. 2808 Main St, Louisville, Ky. eonelder it G.. na&tor of St. Patrick's church, games Second Vice President R, L. dainty luncheon was a diplomats have let It be known that nati. The funeral arvlcea were this city. She was widely known Scheckler. ST. ANTHONY'S. ARTISTIC PRINTING definite proposals would be forth- held at St. Andrew's Cathedral, and In Frankfort was held In tho served. Financial Secretary, F. O. Adams. the Bishop was 'consecrated highest esteem. Twenty-thir- d coming If their opponents would in- wheree G. Secretary Recording W. St. Anthony's church, MONASTERY DESTROYED. thirty-threyears ago, on Friday FIRST CLASS WORK and Market, looked like a Buckle. dicate their readiness to discuss morning. Archbishops and BishGive This Office Your Next Ordet JANUARY INTENTION. The monastery and chapel of the new church Christmas morning, x Treasurer G. J. Thornton. peace; but there 4a now little like- ops of all the Middle Western States Marshal Theo. Buckle. The Sacred Heart League Inten- Trapplst monkB at Okla, near Mon- when the Interior decorations were 317 W. GREEN ST. lihood that the discussion will be were In Grand Rapids for the fuby fire revealed in all their beauty. The Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. Coadjutor Bishop Michael tion for January is "Triumph of treal, were destroyed neral. assented to, Telephone City 946 monastery ie new frescoing and decorating of the Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. Heart." Wednesday, The the Sacred J. Gallagher becomes Bishop for the theJnterwtB of Messenger explains Some day terms of peace wlH be Grand Rapids dloeee. famous for the cheese produced on side walls and celling were most Thef Canadian these Interests aa . the conversion a farm cultivated by monks. When aytlstlc and make a very pleasing the church were present. DIAMOND JUBILBB. The--, discussed by the contending of sinners, the preservation and the Are broke out early ln the Impression. With the new stations Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop Bon- BISHOP ItUSSKIL. may ne vomvoan ers. That day new, chandelier of Magr. Will- - perseverance of others ln grace, morning the meaks, numbering 100, also ln place, the Pon St Patrick's ehucrh, Philadelphia, sano, celebrated the for a time, opine the Trwe Ytoe, ia The consecration aunrn rr n n r in and an iuereaee of holiness in the were all at prayer in the chapel. making the church brighter, the itolahraiiwl Its diamond Jubilee Sun tifical mass and Right solemnBishop--ra an Rev. Mk tt flMlMSfl VilMirotlBlV. whole interior now presents one wlble tm wjn but rit la clear that place ln tne Baltimore rest, Thirty million leaguers will ' Tliou fftHnht. Many notable dignitaries, of HeCort preached the sermon. day. but were unable to control them handsome picture. dally pray for these graces. wastage of war oa ao so on in- - Cathedral , early In February- NEQLEOTED. , Santa Claus arrived on time in Louisville, and,tfew .were the places Where "were not left' evidences of his visit. Christmas day dawned ;lear and cool and early the streets were alive with people making their way to mass, a fitting preparation for tho celebration of the great feast and testimony to the Christian character of our people. Care was taken by tho various charity organizations in the distribution of their hounty, their gifts bringing good cheer and happiness to tho numerous charltablo institutions and almost countless poor but deserving homes. God must have smiled upon those who engaged in this blessed work. land. Ring in tho Christ that Is to be. Slr Alfred Tennyson. l 3- owing to poor water pressure. The destroyed buildings were erected on the site of a monastery burned January 10 Complimentary lotto down in 1902. by Branch 2, 3. K. and L. of A., at Hibernian Hall, 1818 Portland avenniERNIAN INSTALLATION. nue, evening only. 24-January Euchro and lotto County President John H. Henfor Visitation Homo at Tyler Hotel. nessy will Install tho d 1 January Ladies' Sewing officers of Division 3, A. O. H next Society annual charity euchre and Friday evening in the club house, lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, 1818 Portland avenue, and mem Phoenix Hill Hall, afternoon and bers of other divisions are invited evening. to ibe present. The following will be installed: President John J. Riley. Vice President Tim O'Leary. Recording Secrotary John Mar3 9 JMJlV mm V va t n J tin. John J. Financial Secretary CQUBBKaWa Broderick. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Pat Begley. Miss Frances Kurtz, of the HighSentinel Thomas Noone. lands, had Miss Jessie Bannon for a visitor last week. COMING EVENTS. 4 newly-electe- 30-3- non-rustab- lo k m n J m Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS self-chee- r, Cas-slll- y, The Last Dollar , Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. I per-uua- de GERMAN BANK TSe bo-fo- re four-mil- hob-nai- ls v Filth and Market 1818-182- non-Cathol- ic merry-makin- H.BOSSESON and Lloyd-Geor- ge r FRED ERHARt ARCHITECT RAISE SQUABS h. old-ag- W, - - a I SZJSEtfTDXJOKIY XiEfelSSfS A3S60S'JBBJLCAJX RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. ,T' ,"" S. . . ,j HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Philadelphia has 100 divisions. reports a membership of 350, all young men. John C. Dorsey, formerly a member of the order In Cinclnnnfl. lmn joined Division 4. President John Riley, of Division 3, will set a 'hustling pace for the members to follow. County President Hennessy will Install tho officers of Division 4 on Monday, January 8. Indiananolls Hibernlnnn hnvo hn. gun preparations for the celebra tion or at. Patrick's day. Division 1 met last Friday evening on account of their regular meeting date falling on Christmas. Ladies' Auxiliary 1 of East St. Louis, started with twenty-ninnow numbers about 300 members. John MeDnnnld hns lust hoon elected for his thirteenth term as President of Division 3 of St. Paul. Tho Hibernian Rifles will take part In tho inauguration parade in honor of Gox. Cox at Columbus, e, DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT A IIR Sewing Machine For Christmas BUY C. I Sell the Best. ScMc. 543 Bast Jefferson St. 926-- JOHN Phone M. DORSBY, TUCK PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n citizens was organized by to make LOANS on furniture and other personal property at ' LOWEST RATES. Coleman Bid?., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. well-know- Division 49 of Cambridge, Mass., IRF.X.L.BEER NONE PURER frm ' NONE BETTER Home Fbone City 9632-- J CHIMNBT REPAIRING POINTING ESTABLISHED 1803 -- Ah bHHHIIIIIIV LHHHHIIV i tW. -- WM. H. SMART PLASTERING AND SBXCKWOBK ST. 633 EAST CHESTNUT Louis A. Broring, IJE5JVTXJST Heme Phone D. D. S. W, Market St mf i.W it . tA- I -- U 1 II w ' - i Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, I Sure.! ftX ?k 1 2556 430 AMERICAN ELEVATORS MAjDE ENGRAVERS bHHIHF e 4 3hij3u.S IN LOUJSVHJLB BY ELEVATOR & 0BUCH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS. ENGRAVERB ELBCTROTYPERS Louisville, Ry W. Main St., Home Phone City 6674 HUHr lkHlllllVHHHIIkHlllklHkHlH . I IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE AMERICAN MACHINE CO. W ti Sj n OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. "SOUTHERN STAR" Headquarters for Iii-nj ryr iMi'iihi SLICED BACON PROPERTY. CITY AND FARM "AH Ready for Your Griddle In the NEW LEADER OF FRENCH ARMY. See hb about anything in real . Moraine" estate. We sell, buy and rent. of French Gen. Robert G. Nivelle, appointed Commander-in-Chie- f HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE armies in north and east in place of Joffre. At beginning of war he 604 W. JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. was in command of a regiment of artillery. His brilliant mores at Phono City 4464. (Incorporated.) Yser, Marne and Verdun account for his rapid rise. He is from English and French stock, his mother being English. Residence Phone, Pewee Valley I ST.-Hom- Ohio. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED e County Financial Secretary Lan-ga-n has his accounts in admirable shape to turn over to his successor. Conn., PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case ef SEE POOLEY RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- 21-- J. Phone, City 3180. FOR Room MONEY CONFIDENTIAL . JOS. DALY Building 20 INIIiUTS OP COLUMBUS ONLY A DAD. Only a dad, .with a tired face, Coming home from tho daily race, Bringing the little of gold or fame To show how well ho has played the game, But glad in his heart that his own To see him come and to hear his voice. Only a dad with a brood of four, One of ten million men or more, 1, 415 Fourth Street THOS. CONTRACTING PAINTER' Late West Green Street, Louisville, Ky. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR J. BRODERIOK SHEET 4392-- J News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. rejoice PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE METAL Home Phono City 4105 Henry Street Heme Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. 1000 Zaae Street Home Phone Shawnee GOSS 803 THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H INCORPORATED HENRY Indiana will soon pass the 10,000 membership mark. The Knights of Wahoo, Neb., will Initiate their second class January 7. lectures in Peter W. Collins' CO. Iowa are attracting immense audiences. Distillers Of 8V0UTTSQ Dayton will send twenty candiMOOttSQ, QXFXTEHXXa, dates to the Cincinnati initiation on OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Tin Roof Repaired and Painted February 22. Only a dad, neither rich nor proud, "HOLLENBAOH" PUKE RYE ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY New Albany Council held a Merely one of tho surging crowd, Loulsrille, Ky. W. Main St. aeil West Broadway, touUviUe, Xy. 528 largely attended social Tuesday Tolling, striving from day to day, .night for members and their fam Facing whatever may come his way, Silent, whenover the harsh conilies. demn, Union Council of Syracuse made Co. Sceceuor ti Ktmtti-Ctit- i a Christmas gift of $100 to St. And bearing it all for tho love of Plodding along in the daily strife, Bearing tho whips and scorns of life with never a whimper of pain or hate For the sake of those who at home await. liOUIS X. COADY S. L. HYMSON EIGHTH AND OAK Ladies' Auxiliary 5 of Waterbury, which now numbers 250 members, is arranging for an open meeting February 2. Tho first division of tho order in Now England was Division 1 of Boston, organized on St. Patrick's day, 1857, which still exists. Tho Hibernian Rifles of Columbus, Ohio, aro in splendid shape, new recruits coming in at every meeting. They drill In tho City Hall. County President John Hennessy will be accompanied by a delegation from Division 4 to witness tho installation of Division 3's officers next Friday evening. To Prof. M. G. Rohan is duo much credit for tho introduction of the study of Irish history into nearly 1,000 Catholic schools, colleges and academies. The joint installation at Minneapolis will bo the largest in the history. State's It Is expected 1,500 Hibernians from the Twin Cities and their families will be present, besides large numbers from all over Minnesota. Division 5 FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Cumb. Phone West 191 THE Home Phone 1912 WIEDEMANN jHCoaro RATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. fold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excelkatSMM! QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. V , Men's Furnishings 631 Went Walnut. Home Pbone Cltv 7662 YELLOWSTONE The Great American TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Mary's Infant and Maternity Hospital. .Knights of St. Louis arranged the Christmas festival for Troop 3 Home Phone Cily 6771 and Battery A members doing patrol LOUISVILLE WINE & LIQUOR CO. duty on the Mexican border. Dr. J. Vincent FalisI, a former 739 East Broadway resident of Louisville and active AND WHISKIES WINES worker in Mackin Council, is LecBy bottle or gallon for family use. turer for Little Rock Council. Both Phones Eighty-fou- r weio given the first Prompt Delivery Everywhere in Denver last Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention and second degrees Hugh McMena-mi- n week. Rev. Father was in charge of the second. Members of Elder Council, Cincinnati, worked In conjunction with the St. Vincent de Paul Society in making Christmas a time of happiness for many poor families. Wines and Liquors GIRTIN MOWER. Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH 3E,KtOTJa;S. Climb. Main 2908-- a Miss Lula May Glrtin and Alvin of Mower, well known residents Uniontown, will bo united In mar- riage next week, the ceremony ing place in St. Agnes church. RETURN THANKS. tak- Homo City 200S mtUHHMUHVtVUWVWVWWUUHVWWWmWVtUWUUWA 5 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y J. J. BARRETT'S SONS I 1 The Little Sisters of the Poor of the Home for the Aged and Infirm desire to express their deep and abiding gratitude to the kind for the friends and benefactors many favors and , kind assistance during the past year, and wish them every Messing and a happy and prosperous New Year. APPOINTED FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ENGINEER. a.st Main Street. MUMUmMHMUMUUVUUUMUUMMMVlMMHMMMMMUMIW iffffffffffWWl S22 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON JAL. S. SMITH, PROP. Tueday morning,appointed engineer al the City Hospital. The position was made vacant by the resignation of the former engineer. Mr. McDermott has had long experience and Is in every way qualified for the responsible position. WORLD'S Mammoth LARGEST SPRING. John V. McDermott, for nearly five years Chief Engineer at the State Capitol at Frankfort, was on i Funeral IN Home Phone Sha-trae- Director and Embalmer! BOTH PHONES 810. spring in Arkansas is the largest spring in the world. This spring covers eighteen acres, flows 600,000 gallons of water a minute, and is seventy feet deep. It forme Spring river, 350 feet wide. The flow does not fluctuate the year around. GENEROUS had a happy celebration of Its twenty-fifth anniversary. National, State Only a dad, but he gave his all To smoothe the way for his children and county officers were present, and Rev. T. J. Reilly spoke feelsmall, FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Doing, with courage stern and grim, ingly of the loyalty of tho division FREE SERVICE. to him as chaplain and the church The deeds that his father ,dld for during all these years. him, This is the line that for him I pen, PLAIN PEOPLE. Only a dad, but the best of men. Author Unknown. There is no quality of Hibernian-is1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. more admirablo than the quality CHURCHES AND TAXATION. a society of of Its members. It is "The churches "declare dividends plain people. THey aro honest peoto the city every day," says Tho ple in word and deed. They stand They make New York Sun, discussing the ef- for what they are. forts that are made from time to no excuses for their opinionsto and service. Wc are as us a trial for first-clas- s exoffer time to tax property devoted to re- plain no specious arguments quesclose to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and their attitude on any ligious uses. The exemption of night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable churches frdm taxation is a uni- tion, public or private. The snobversal policy with American States, bish and the "aristocratic" folks chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. of the California being for a time tho only have their uses in have scheme far thus exception. But even California now society, tobut they failed dominate the Ancient Orexempts churches from taxation. der of Hibernians and the Ladies' Auxiliary. In our social functions DISCUSS IRISH PROBLEM. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. the society reporter does not use tho word "exclusive" in his em- Both Phones 2300. . conInformal discussions and We aro not broidered sultations are proceeding for settle- an exclusivenarrative. organization. We Cunih. Jjoutli 006-- T ment of tho Irish question, says the Rom., City lilOl women men Manchester Guardian of Wednesday. God as we and and who who worship cling to the do New proposals which are being conprinciples of the There sidered provide for something in are not, and there old race. to be, & ought not the nature of equal rights for any cliques or favorite class in our INCORPORATED. in an organization. Unionists and Nationalists encourage no We Homo rule for Irish Parliament. oligarchies nor bow to any all of Ireland Is the basis of the social Jeiiico Coal. Quality suggestions, which do not contem- "Invisible government." Our sysis the organization of tem exclusion of Ulster. plate the apotheosis of simplicity, and is in- Office and Yardi Fifteenth and Magnolia 'Avenue telligible to tho crudest intelligence. TlUnDS BIGGEST BRIDGE. The purest spirit of democracy "As Near to You as tbe Neatest Phone California is to have tho biggest breathes loyalty and energy into bridge in tho world to connect Oak- every vein and artery of the order's meeting to naland with, San Francisco and re- life, from division Our constitution Oar Special $3.00 Spray tional convention. lieve five ferry systems. Jt will is liberal; our customs adaptable to cost $22,000, 000, be five and' Oar Special $5.00 Wreath many and many circummiles long, one of tho heaviest stances.minds other societies boast Let. The largest values in Funebridges ever built, carrying three of excluslveness, but let the most ral Flowers ever offered in roadways and four railroad tracks, ancient and the most powerful conLouisville, and two of Its sixteen spans will tinue to be of, for and by the be high and wide enough for any plain people. For prompt delivery call 223 McLaughPresident ship to pass. both phones. lin. WORTn A TRIAL. UNITY THERE. them. of Columbus, Ohio, AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. m I AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE HgGive Chawk & Smith Attto Co. GHERTY LANNING COAL CO. do Best Pittsburg and one-ha- lf SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. i i RESPONSE. e 484 Cumberland, JV8t 11 0j RATTERMAN Chapel Free SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors INCORPORATED. $ The response to the appeal for from Peter's Pence contributions the Archdiocese of Chicago resulted ?62,094.89. In the collection of additional There will bft some amounts to add to this sum. It was called a "magnificent response" by the New World. UNUSUAL REQUEST. and Embalmers 3101 WEST BROADWAY tePiatrens. t Wilmington Council of the Knights of Columbus has heen Invited to lay the cornerstone of the million-dollCustom House about to be erected In Wilmington, N. C. This is the first time a council of the K. C. has been selected to perThe in form such a ceremony. fluential people of Wilmington must ar In the Opera House at Shamokin, system Pa., a concert was conducted last for the fire department, that is a week by a Catholic priest, a Salvaday and night force, and if success- tion Army captain and a Presbyful a bill will be Introduced in tho terian pastor for the poor of the Legislature to amend the charter town. The performance cleared in giving the city a Tight to adopt the round numbers $900, and was so system. Right here In Louisville successful peranother that the suggestion has been made to formance will be given after the glvo the plan a trial, thereby keep- holidays. The priest was Rev. W. ing pace with the other big cities. W. Whalen, of St. Edward church. It would certainly relieve the monotony of a fireman's life and FOR WOMAN'S EYE. make hundreds of wlve3 and children happier. Begin your holiday shopping now. One of the daintiest of boudoir FRHSND AT DEATH. cips is made of cream net. Red velvet Is smartly used for a No man stays very long in this world, thorefore ho should try and cap of tho jockey cap style. TTiita of colored velvet aro seen make it better for having lived In York City of a two-plato- Trials are being made In New ifr- y 10c in i MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- I 1 feurih Avenue LouUMtr ttui art Tiawmsna woSlfr3r Flowers telegraphed everywhere, NEW BLEND 656 2 1.2 Lba. Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. Who Fears to Speak of Easter Week? JUST PUBLISHED THE BOOS OF THE PERIOD. The best written account of tho Re bellion, Us History, Causes and Lead- Completely documented, calmly and dispassionately written by men ana women Intimate with Irish affairs, ana friends of tho Dead Patriots. and its The Irish Rebellion of 1316 Martyrs 427 pages; 46 illustrations; postpaid $2.70. $2.60 net: $2.50 not; postpaid 12.70. JOHN M, MULLOY, 212 West Market. THE BEST $1, $1.50, It. In tho long ran At will yield more happiness than any other No better friend can atcourse. tend a man at his death than the consciousness that lie has tried to do right. These may be ideas, but they are good enough for us. ed HERRMANN IMrORTERJ BROS. LIQUORS. FINE WINES AND DUtillersand Wholesale Dealers la Finest Barndi of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. BY SPECIAL DELIVERY. The burglar had Just begun his term and was assigned to work in the broom factory. Near him was an oldish man who studied him Intently and seemed to say something. It camo while the overseer was at the ice water tank. "How long are you in for?" ho whispered. "Twelvo years,"' replied the new- there. FREES TID3 IRISH. on Callahan and during of his stay observed SOCIAL DISTINCTION. Casey had dropped in for a visit Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLKD IN BOND. 234$ sarasmn iims. -- Tho Government has decided to release the Irish prisoners who were Interned after the rebellion in Ireland. Henry E. Duke, Chief Secretary for Ireland, announced In the House of Commons "the time has come when the advantages of comer. releasing these men far outweigh The veteran looked around the risk, and I have so advised the nervously and thrust a letter In the Government. Steps therefore were burglar's hand. taken to prooeed, with the least pos"I'm la for life," he said. "Mail sible delay, to return the interned this when you get out." prisoners to their homes." t Callahan epoke several times of , a chafing-dis- h party she had attended tho evening before. Now Casey agreed with Callahan that tho latter'a daughter was putting on, entirely too much airs; so, with a'view to disconcerting her, he suddenly asked: "An phwat the dlvil Is a chafing-dish?- " "Chafing-disCasey," eald Callahan, wkh a sly wink at hie visitor, pan in a frying "a chafing-dis- h that's got Into society." h, the course that Miss in wide variety everywhere. The tendency now runs towam longer skirts and full coats. hat Is worn for Tho sports and for other occasions. The newest muffs and scarfs aro made of velvet embroidered with chenlle. For small boys extra short velvet Jackets and short linen trousers are now favored. Small feathor toques in irrldes-iw- rt entra form admirable little hats for knockabout wear. A Scotch plaid wool muffler and tnnnn la n lirvnmlni? and crav bit of apparel for the women who motois. d chiffon is In good stylo, and many lovely blouses of thiB fabric are seen on smaniy dressed women. Thorp la a marked nrefemnce for suits of Jersey cloth. Its durability quality are and greatly appreciated. There are some very effective all-whi- $2 HATS AT Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S, FOURTH te AVE. It your boys an dncatlon tbat will prepare thm for Uf. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. Broadway, Zh1stU1, Xy. Conducted by the Xaverlan BrotHera. BuaiawB and Scientiflo Classical. Larfa Courses, Preparatory Departiaeat,GtywM. Equipped Swlmmlnc Pool. Well Bro. Jam. Dir. ilnm. Trm Modrtn. Velvet-stripe- All the late iad sew btv: sandShapu liable ericM can be found qt it r gloves for 'QUAKER MAID' non-wrinmi- INCORPORATED street wear, of heavy cream kid, bound with brown and Clean Grocery Stores. stitched with brown. Some of the newest veils are of For Less." "The the round sort, that Blip over the hang in ripcrown of the hat and Odars for $1 or more delivered to ples all around the shoulders any part of tbe city. Bt - -- 1 K:ENTUOKY IRISH I I AMBkIO-AJV- . 9im9m9m9mmBmmmmamaammmmmmmAmma 9999999999m9m99i9m99999mmmm999B9m9m9 HERMAN STRAUS fOURTH AVCNUt HieatPOWCO HARKgT street 11 1 i " B aMi'jL. BBf ' y "Bam '' i H C 9i Wc Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. rVr SBBBBrt'"' iS BBBBm'w&m.'3 ' ft t Stewart Djsy Goons Co In ConnMtiooJfilkJjuiies.Xreery & I 9i Co. Newark. '$& si WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. sBBmr .flaaW'' MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S GREETINGS: It. Ij. M'CARTY, CLOTHING NOW READY Tako your pick of all the small lots of our Clothing now at radically reduced prices. Inventory is but a few days ahead. Wc prefer not to place on our books any of our small lots, henco all suits and overcoats of which there arc but a few of a kind, size and style, are now cut in price. Wishing you and yours, our many friends and customers, a prosperous, Happy New Year. Our store will remain closed all day Monday. i for the past sixteen years has been principal of the business Comdepartment of Spencerlan mercial School, this city, has severed his connection with that institution, and will in the future conduct his own school, the Louisville Business College, at Sixth and Main streets. e Mr. McCarty, through his "work at Spencerlan, is well known to our people, and needs no further Introduction. Call and see him and his new school before enrolling elsewhere. Both phones. Day and nlglit classes. Who high-grad- Values up to $18.00 at $12.50 up to $25.00 at $18.75 Lot 3 -- Values up to $30.00 at $22.50 L,ot 1 L,ot 2-V- alues 11ECENT DEATHS. Funeral services over the remains of Frank Leonard, 1623 Garland avenue, were 'held Sunday afternoon at St. Peter's church,- of which igamaMiffiMMM ho had teen a faithful member. BeFEDERATION MEMORIAL. sides his wife ho is survived by one son, Frank Leonard, Jr., a brother At a special meeting of tho and three sisters. Jefferson County Catholic FederaHildogard, thirty tion on Christmas evo the sad news Sister Mary years old, was called into heavenly of the death of Its President, Dr. rest Sunday morning at the Ursulino Peter S. Ganz, was received with arAfter making Shelby and Broadway, deep regret. Convent, where her death is mourned by rangements to have requiem masses every Sister in the community. The said In all tho churches of Louisfuneral was held in the Convent ville, for tho Federation in a body chapel Tuesday morning, tho re- to attend the funeral of its lato mains being laid to rest in St. President and lay a suitable floral offering upon his grave, the followMichael's cemetery. ing resolution was adopted: Tho funeral of Miss Catherine "Federation mourns the death of Metz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. its President, Dr. Peter S. Ganz. B Adam Metz, 1717 Gallagher street, His devotion to our cause, his tireLAWRENCE J, VEENEMAN. was held Tuesday morning from St. less energy, his unremitting zeal, Peter's church. Miss Metz was his long experience in our work and ,At a recent meeting of St. Mary twenty-seve- n years old and a wide his position as Vice President Magdalene's branch of St. Vincent's circle of friends mourn her death. Federation, made him all and St. Thomas' Orphan Society and Besides her "parents she is survived but indispensable as our leader. the conference of St. Vincent do by one brother, John Metz, and And besides, he was a Paul Society the following resolu- three sisters, Mrs. J. Hanan, Mrs. F. man charitable, gifted, ndmired tions upon the death of our es- Bonn and Miss Mamie Metz. and respected by all who knew teemed and beloved brother, Lawhim, and these qualities endeared rence J. Veeneman, were unaniCLASS A You pay 10c a week CLASS D You pay 1 a week The many friends of Miss Mary him to tho members of Federation mously adopted: E. Glesner, a highly esteemed mem- and to all Catholic circles. Tho for 50 weeks. Total $50 for 50 weeks. Total S5 Our Heavenly Father, having In ber of the Cathedral congregation Catholic ncoplo of Louisville can STILL THE BEST PLACE TO BUY CLASS E You pay $2 a week his divine providence taken to Him- and sister of Miss Julia Glesner, not soon forget his leading part in CLASS R You pay 25c a week self out of this life of trial and 51B West Walnut street, were tho groat celebration of four years for 50 weeks. Total $100 probation a true and devoted serv- deeply grieved when they learned ago. The public at large will reRugs, 50 weeks. Total. for $12.50 CLASS F You pay ?5 a week ant in the person of Brother Law- of her death early Sunday morning member him for his active inotrest. rence J. Veeneman, we, Ms associSt. Anthony's Hospital, following for 50 weeks. Total $250 head of CLASS C You pay 50c a week Good Furniture at moderate prices without trad- ates and brothers in work of charity at short illness of a complication of both as a citizen and asmoral una Federation, in civic and CLASS G You pay ?10 a week and religion, desire to express and diseases. The funoral services wore dertakings for tho Improvement of ing stamps. for 50 weeks. Total $25 place upon record our sentiments held Monday afternoon, tho inter for 50 weeks. Total $500 city. We know his profession of esteem and love and our appre- ment being at St. Louis cemetery. tho a bright ornament and a useInterest added to your deposits. Interest added to your deposits.' loses exciation of the ihlgh Christian char- For the bereaved sister tnero is ful member. Wo know that tho acter of our departed brother, bo it pressed heartfelt sympathy. poor especially will miss him. Into therefore that sanctuary of sorrow where a Resolved, That in Brother VeeneWo regret to announce the death widow mourns her faithful spouse 415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET: man were embodied all those quali- of Mrs. EUa Whulen, widow of weep disconsolate for ties of heart and soul that go to James Whalen, whoso funeral wag and children wc may not entholr fond Fifth Street and Court Place. make the true Catholic Christian in hold from St. Paul's church Satur- ter, except father, comforting to speak all their fullness, and his life was day morning, Rev. Father Donohoo thought that having the OFFICERS. been a shining example of practical re- celebrating tho requiem high mass. over a few things God has faithful placed Euibry L. Sucniingcn, President. John M. Monolmn, Vice President. successfully treated without pain. Our methods aro ligion and unostentatious piety. Mrs. Whalen was born in Ireland him over many. leadiMay ho Test In HK original, scientific and sanitary. Beferences, tbo departed seventy-fou- r Resolved,, That our bbbp years ago, but for peace. ng- physicians and surgeons. R. W. Dclph, Cashier. C. L. A. Johnson, Assist. Cashier. Blajr. brother exemplified and practiced in nearly half a century had been a ZBtabUshed 1883. Both phones. Suite 300 Starks Resolved, That this expression of Bemember his everyday life and intercourse resident of Kentucky, lor tho past spread upon THIRD rLOOB. with his fellow men the 'highest twelve years making her homo our sentiments bo bo called to tho the DR. FRANK DAVIS AND WIFE and purest ideals of Christian man- with her daughter, Mrs. T. J. SulII-va- record, that they bereaved family attention of the hood. 430 East Breckinridge street, and that they bo published. Bell, assistant Miss Resolved, That in our departed who Is her pnly survivor. Her A MAN OF EXPERIENCE. brother we recognized one who, in whole life was spent in tho lovo HIBERNIANISM. every relation of life, acted inflexi- and friendship of her Creator, whom bly and flrmly from a sense of duty sho has gone to meet, and who If you want evpert service just cnll us up. We havo nover been out Hibernianlsm is concerned with of dyes for ono moment since tho war begun und aro thoroughly alone. will grant her a place in his heav- ovorything that, pertains to tho equipped to liandlo nU work of every description. You can rest nssurcd Resolved, That in Brother Veene- enly homo, where those who serve man we beheld a most devoted hus- Him faithfully on earth, as sho did, Irish race and the Catholic faith. If you need dyeing ,wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Parcel Post Wherever there is work to do for Service. band and father, a true friend, a can find eternal rest and life. either there Is work to do for both. loyal, sincere and practical son of occauttered is Tho criticism Mother Church, and a kindly, symEUCHRE AND LOTTO. sionally that some divisions lanpathetic, Christian gentleman. guish because of a decline of inResolved further, That these resoA euchre and lotto party will bo A lutions be spread upon the minutes given at St. Charles Borromeo Hall, terest in the basic principles of .. princi Hlbernlanlsln. L.ow INCORPORATED. of the societies, be published In the h and Chestnut, next ples are just as Yet these forces much living Catholic press, and a copy sent to Tuesday evening, to which tho pubBOTH PHONES 2635. progress of the race and the 426 S. Fifth' St. the bereaved family. kiku Louisville, Ky. lic is invited. Games will be called in thoas they havo been in tho long faith JACOB HOERTZ, at 8:15 o'clock, and at the close and splendid history of the order. President St. Vincent, do Paul prizes will be awarded. The decline of any division is more INCOnPOUATKD. often due to lack of intelligence FRACTURE SUFFERED. In a fow or weakness of spirit. Mary Magdalen's St. President .decline be319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. Branch the Catholic Orphan SoKennedy, who fell on Instances divisions maybeyond their Where tho home is Mrs. Sallie jjLpimm hi mM Where work Is quickly circumstances ciety. Cumb. Main 413 brightest; dono; Home City 405 the icy pavement on Chestnut street, cause of such as lack of available p. j. DoyLING. between Third and Fourth, suffering control, Whcro cooking soema Where tho work i There is much discourJNO. P. SULLIVAN. a fracture of her left arm and pain- resruits. lightest; real fun; beCommittee. ful bruises, is resting nicely at her agement and some bitterness antag- Where Whero baking gives dethe meal South Eighth street, cause there is a revival of home, 635 a onism toward our race light; cooked best; SEEMS QUEER. where her comploto recovery seems recrudescence of prejudice and toward Whero tho range stands Whcro drudge is ont of quite near. our religion. Yet this is not an sight the test Residents of Frankfort, tho State unmixed evil. Wherever prejudice capital, havo never beon looked COMPLIMENTARY LOTTO. That's whero where That's the the bigotry manifest themselves or upon as nor addicted "Quick Meal" cornea "Quick Meal" comes bo found a vigto excessive drink, which makes 2, Catholic Knights and there will always organization. In. Branch in. It seem queer, indeed doubtful, tho Ladles of America, will entertain orous Hibernian following effusion in the Frankfort their friends with a complimentary will bo a certain Indication that Quick Meal Gas Hasten Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended power and Slate Journal: lotto at the A. O. H. hall, 1818 the ancient combative "There are many residents or Portland avenue, Wednesday even- unconauerable patriotism of our Frankfort who believe that the most ing, January 10, handsome prizes people havo lost vitality when wo of fitting way to celebrate tho birth to be awarded and no charge for Tall to respond to the challenge yet our enemies. That day has not of Christ Is to secure an extra sup- admission. come. It must nover come. There ply of liquor and 'stay "witu It' all Is much work for Hibernians to do RECOVERING. the day, and they are warned to se ONE DOLLAR ctortc a QauSnno 4avwwuub a n Mriuba Anin) DiH4 In this world and in this country. cure tho necesary amount Saturday haB When that work is dono tho mothwho with this safe, conservative, night." Mrs. John J. Lyons, Has the State Journal deserted been a prominent figure in Catholic erland will be free and religious old Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more Z "Old Taylor" and gone over to tho circles in New Albany, is recover- bigotry will be but a sad memory, at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 HL drys? We believo its insinuation ing from a serious illness of grip lne same character survives in tho cent. No cost to voa whatever. both unjust and uncalled for. The that, has confined her to her homo men and women of this generation The same courteous attention eiven the $ many as ennobled the. men and women people of Frankfort have ever beon on West Main street. Her temperate and liberal, facts tho friends will welcome the news that who lived and suffered and died in depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. woll knows. other generations. The order has State Journal she Is convalescent and will 200,000 of theso men and women 11 Hl-H! on this continent, and they will QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. LAWRENCE H. J. BANNS. P. BANNQN, JR., i. VEENEMAN, not surrender their trust until they Under the Big Clock Sooud and Market PAT LALLY ILL. Vlci Pf. & TrtK. X Pf M. t Up. pass it on to hands worthy to bear The first meeting of the new Slate Government Saparriaion. triumph. Nayear of the Queen's Daughters will Pat Lally. for many years with, it to the gates of fr be held Tuesday afternoon at the the Louisville Railway company as tional Hibernian. H of Mrs. Matt O'Doherty. Inspector and popular with the genresidence MASS IN CAMP. The regular monthly meeting of the eral public, was laat week taken ill Queen's Daughters takes place on with pneumonia. His condition beHigh mass at midnight in the Friday afternoon at the xmgnts or came critical and on Wednesday he ; ; Sewer aaa Calvert Pipe, Michigan d Columbus Hall. This organization Was removed from his home to St. camp of the laBBsa's Patent Liiiti Fiae far Steam CeaaalU, InTantry at El Paso on Christmas brought happiness to quite a num Mary and Ellaabeth Hospital. Wall Geylatf, Drala Tile, TArlfce BrkK, eve ushered In the first Christmas ber of the poor the past weeK. , Fire Preeiai(, Flae Lialag-- Fire IrieK FORTY HOURS. under canvas for thousands of NaThe Best Straight Whisky Oa Earth Grate aa Better Tile, Greaat Fire Clay, Ckimaey ijM. Forty Hours' devotion "will tional Guardsmen in tho El Paso RELAPSE WAS SLIGHT. The begin tomorrow morning in this city, district on the Mexican border. OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON Arohblehop Kennedy, rector of at St. Brlgid'8 ehurch, when the Chaplain Patrick Dunlgan, of this the American College in Rome, is Rev. Father Janeen, the pastor, regiment, officiated at this IHCORPORATMD HOME PHONES CITY573-178OUMB. MAIN 507. l&aae. attended hy the Michi , recovering from a alight relapse suf- - Will celebrate the high mass. The Sole Ovnaera Reitered Dial. Ne. 33 gan resistant and many enlisted give service Tueswill continue until fared last week. His condition Magaolla Ave, Bet. 9tfe WOB.KS 13tltrsd Brack, lOtfc. fr0B tbe amy Mais Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 no aarm to his phyaielan, news that day, and a number of the local Main Street. w Htrgy will aaeiat. 'wuv be welcome in raw oou&cry. VCilf utf - eeaeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeee itmTmm AaAi.laiM.lBaaaatt8wttatteaa8aaiaata4aj The men and young men of Louisville, and they number many, who will have no other than this clothing, will appreciate most fully these splendid values. Indeed there are many men and young men who, await this reduction sale, regularly supplying all their . clothing needs in it. No matter what your size or build, you can make selection from these sale assortments, such is the variety comprising these groups. All of the good styles aro to bo had, and the best .of the materials now in demand. Raincoats At $5.75 Most of our $7.75 line is now reduced to this ono price. Choice of tan, blue and black; sizes 34 to 46. Every coat is guaranteed. semi-annually, & JNbb You DO Want Money For Next Christmas? JOIN OUR FURNITURE GREENE'S Christmas Saving's Club Time For Joining Is Limited clean-hcart-- cd Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges JAS. GREENE Gorns and All Foot Troubles Ky. Title Savings Bank & Trust Co. f TRY A LOAD OF Wallins Creek Lump Coal FOR HOME USES. High in Heat. in Ash. PULS CLEANING DYEING CO. Twenty-sevent- r S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPflNY ' Where the QuicR Meal Comes In IjjlEliOii BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA law-breake- rs WHISKY. GEHER & SON, -- -- -- w ' met st. r- ' IT IS ALWAYS PURE. bixty-one-yea- 1 ftcKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, ftv. H-H- nr ilium mimtniHtiimm - German Insurance BanK i P. BANNON PIPE CO. Thirty-secon- t J OLDBARBEE JNO. T. BARBEE & mld-nie- ht CO. 8. I onnniiinnnHitHMMtHHHHimH'H I ad ad "".lIlll"8 ra Wt